Our Belize Home Conference Kit is the most in-depth resource that you’ll find anywhere about living, retiring, or investing in Belize. This massive kit contains all of the components of our Belize Starter Kit, plus every presentation made during our recent Live and Invest in Belize Conference.
Our All-New Belize On Demand program includes:
All 30 video recordings from our recent Live and Invest in Belize Virtual Conference (a $516.21 value)…
Special Belize Reports (a US$39.80 value)… These include:
Placencia: The Quintessential White-Sand Caribbean Haven
Ambergris Caye: Caribbean Jewel In The Belizean Crown
This Overseas Haven Report features the pretty mountain town of Pai in northwest Thailand. Pai is a peaceful spot, where lovers of organically grown food and alternative living can really flourish and live a quiet but complete life.
Our Overseas Haven Report for Vung Tau, Vietnam features the ins-and-outs of this Southeast Asia destination. Although it is a small town, Vung Tau offers lots for expats to do, from visiting temples to beach activities.
San Miguel de Allende, Mexico | Overseas Haven Report
In this Overseas Haven Report, we feature San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.
San Miguel de Allende has the small-town friendliness and hominess that most expats crave, set in a remarkably beautiful and sociable colonial town. Centrally located in Mexico, San Miguel is a good base for exploration of the country in all four directions.
Tagaytay sits atop a ridge that runs along the north side of beautiful Taal Lake and the Taal Volcano. Although it is only about an hour’s drive from the sprawling metropolis of Manila, there is nothing urban about Tagaytay. It’s a small mountain resort town surrounded by breath-taking scenery.
Bocas has been regarded before as little more than a slum. To be fair, some corners of the town could leave you with that impression, but things are changing here. The government is beginning to take note of the tourism potential and is investing in infrastructure accordingly. As recently as a decade ago, paved roads, sewage treatment, and even slightly reliable electricity had yet to arrive to town. Today, Bocas is more attractive than ever before and continues to improve thanks to the locals, tourists, and foreign residents alike.
Improvements in infrastructure are ongoing and at a steady pace.
Small-scale, start-up tourism businesses have begun to take hold here, becoming the best option for a Caribbean escape in Panama. From cheap backpacker hostels and bars, to expensive forest, yoga, or adventure retreats, a trip to Bocas can be a “roughing it” experience or a luxury relaxation. Improvements in infrastructure are ongoing and at a steady pace. Even recycling has now been recognized as a necessity if they are to save their pristine sand and surf.
Come nightfall, Bocas buzzes with activity. Hostels, bars, and hostel-bars are full of visitors from around the world, eating, drinking, socializing, and enjoying live music.
You could even do business in Bocas if you know what you’re doing and can find the right market niche or demand, and do well for yourself. As for real estate, you can find properties at prices from both sides of the spectrum; old buildings from failed businesses, renovated houses, or luxurious forest mansions designed by acclaimed architects.
Bocas has beauty, charm, and progress. Bocas is never boring.
This carefree, stunning destination has a character and a magnetism all its own.